Jacqueline Cooney is a Senior Director, Privacy and Cybersecurity at Paul Hastings with over 20 years of experience in privacy, governance, risk, compliance, and public policy. She is a key participant in helping to develop privacy-related methodologies for Paul Hastings clients, and a frequent contributor to risk and compliance-related engagements.
Previously, Ms. Cooney was a Lead Associate at another major U.S. firm, where she managed the commercial privacy team. While there, Ms. Cooney implemented privacy program elements for Fortune 100 companies, including global privacy policies and procedures, incident management, response, breach notifications, Safe Harbor privacy notices, Privacy Shield certifications, and choice management solutions. Additionally, Ms. Cooney co-led a comprehensive privacy program enhancement project for a Fortune 10 global financial services firm that included revision of the firm’s governance structure, assessment and development of recommendations related to the firm’s global privacy compliance coverage, and creation of a global privacy compliance monitoring and testing program based on international privacy laws.
Prior to this, Ms. Cooney served as an Adjunct Professor at Marymount University where she taught Legal Research and Writing, Advanced Legal Research and Writing, Public Law and Administrative Procedure, and Constitutional Law. She was also a Legislative Assistant on Capitol Hill for eight years.
Ms. Cooney advises clients regarding changes to and impact of federal privacy laws and regulations. Ms. Cooney is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, George Mason University School of Law, and a 15-year member of the Virginia Bar.
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COVID-19 – New Federal Data Protection Bill Introduced
May 07, 2020
Timeline for Selected Global Privacy Compliance Activities in Light of COVID-19
April 17, 2020
COVID 19: Best Practices for Videoconferences – Protecting the Privacy of Confidential Conversations
April 08, 2020
Updated Proposed Rules: California Attorney General Releases Revised Set of CCPA Regulations
March 13, 2020
Proposed Rules: California Releases Much Anticipated Revisions to CCPA Regulations
February 19, 2020
In-House Counsel Guide to Ransomware Prevention, Preparedness, and Response
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